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Pink Floyd "Classic Album" gets repeat airing Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Monday, 06 February 2006

The 2003 BBC Television programme, "Classic Albums", is getting a repeat run at the moment, and on Friday, 10th February, the episode showcasing Dark Side Of The Moon is broadcast on BBC2 in the UK at 23:35hrs.

Dark Side of The Moon Classic Album
Classic Albums - Dark
Side of The Moon
The fifty minute show, subsequently released on DVD (cover shown to the right) is a track-by-track look at the album, with all the band interviewed and performing key segments of the music in the studio, some 30 years later.

There are also rare snippets of demos and live tracks, too. For those who have not seen it, it is essential viewing, only bettered by the feature-packed DVD that is now available, and reviewed here on Brain Damage.

BBC2 is available on terrestrial, cable, freeview and digital systems, and can be viewed in many European countries too (normally via satellite).

For those who haven't yet bought the DVD, it really is a recommended addition to your collection. You can order it through these special links, at present giving a healthy discount on the normal price: US/International, UK, Canada, France, or Germany. Buying any item through our Amazon links helps this site - and we appreciate it!

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